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I want to talk about something at a City Council meeting. How do I do that?
Citizens are always welcome to attend and speak at City Council meetings. If the item they wish to speak about is on the agenda, the mayor can ask for public comment at the time that item is discussed by the City Council. If the item is not on the agenda, there is a time during the meeting (usually at the beginning of the meeting), when persons are invited to speak regarding non-agenda items. All persons who speak at City Council meetings are requested to state their name and address prior to speaking.

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